[Pkg-fonts-devel] Bug#575753: python-fontforge: only compiled against python 2.5
jwilk at debian.org
Sun Sep 25 19:38:02 UTC 2011
* Kęstutis Bilūnas <kebil at kaunas.init.lt>, 2010-07-24, 01:51:
>I think that this is almost impossible. Fontforge does not have the
>usual extension modules to bind FontForge program with python. All
>FontForge libraries (libfontforge, libgutils and libgunicode) are
>compiled and linked against a specific version of the python. And only
>two very small and simple extension modules (fontforge and psMat) are
>designed to bind theses libraries with python. So we would have all the
>fontforge program with all its libraries to compile a few times and do
>something very significant package. And who needs them?
As a user of python-fontforge (but not fontforge itself), I would
appreciate if I could use the module with non-standard Python versions.
However, I see that the current design (which is a bit broken, in my
humble opinion) makes implementing it infeasible.
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